I-85 DWI Crash Leaves Bike Rider Critically Injured

By Kevin Duffan, North Carolina DWI Victims’ Lawyer

An experienced North Carolina personal injury attorney with the Shapiro, Lewis and Appleton law firm recently wrote about an accident in Davidson County, NC, that left a bicyclist hit by a pickup truck driver later charged with driving while intoxicated hospitalized in critical condition. To learn more, “Bicyclist Struck by Drunk Driver on I-85 Near Winston-Salem, NC.”

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About the Editors: North Carolina personal Injury Lawyers with the Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton law firm do only injury and accident law. We have experience handling car, truck, motorcycle, van and SUV accident claims, and our case results speak for themselves. Rick Shapiro and James Lewis have been listed among the Best Lawyers in America since 2008. We have an office in Elizabeth City, North Carolina (NC), but we often represent clients in Rocky Mount, Charlotte and Greenville, on the Outer Banks, and in other North Carolina cities.

Tractor-Trailer Accident in North Carolina Results in Death of Couple, Injury to Child

By Emily Mapp Brannon, Carolina Truck Accident Victim Attorney

An attorney with the Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton law firm has written about an accident that occurred on NC Highway 49 involving a large tractor-trailer. A couple was killed, and their grandson was injured, when the truck slammed head-on into their vehicle. To learn more, read “Accident on NC Highway 49 Involving a Tractor-Trailer Causes Loss of Life.”

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About the Editors: North Carolina personal Injury Lawyers with the Shapiro, Lewis & Appleton law firm do only injury and accident law. We have experience handling car, truck, motorcycle, van and SUV accident claims, and our case results speak for themselves. Rick Shapiro and James Lewis have been listed among the Best Lawyers in America since 2008. We have an office in Elizabeth City, North Carolina (NC), but we often represent clients in Rocky Mount, Charlotte and Greenville, on the Outer Banks, and in other North Carolina cities.